Under sunny skies expect highs to range between the mid 10s in northern Maine to the low 30s on Cape Cod, with mainly 20s in between.
Tomorrow’s storm will be a non-event for most with northern New England probably not even seeing flurries, while parts of far southern New England could see around 6 inches of snow. Northern regions of southern New England will probably see only flurries and Boston might see a few inches. However if the storm takes a last minute northern shift, amounts will be a little higher throughout, but a southern shift would lessen amounts across the board. (Do note that even if a northern shift does occur, significant snow would still likely be confined to far southern New England and flakes likely wouldn’t make it much into Northern New England.)
Here is my current snow map:
If necessary, I’ll have an update later, as Winter Storm Watches are out for south-coastal Southern New England.
Have a good Friday!